The Orcas

Pick up a set of the Orcas

High speed convex foils. Modest outline, pure flow, agile turning.

 These fins are more unopinionated than the DFeaters, being that they're convex but with the pinch towards the trailing edge, they like quick directional changes.

 These  foils are like nothing you've ever seen on a surfboard fin. They aren't wildly different, but just enough so. Have a look:

3D view of the Mulla Mullas

The F**ckin WatMann

 See that light blue line there in the middle of the image? That's tracing the foil shape at the point where the fin meets the foot. Look closely, there is not a flat face anywhere, what's more, it's convex there on the inside where usually you'll see a flat area. See the pinch at the tail end of the foil? Wonder what that feels like?


 These foils give a board great surfing characteristics, and lend a unique feeling to the standard maneuvers one can do. New foils reveal new possibilities to the lines you can draw on a wave.

Todd Anderson

Todd Anderson

Creator/designer of StormFins. It's thanks to advanced fin foils that I've been able to surf waves like the one pictured here! Join me, ride these fins at your favorite breaks. Pull top turns where no one has before. Paddle one-armed into waves. Ollie down the face and ride the air along the way!